|Rebecca Edenfield (#46936268)|
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|Fran Bundy||Joan Kennedy Edenfield|
I e-mailed them to you via the Edit Tab. You should have them, but I looked them up for you again. They are:
#124298409 Elmore Kennedy
#124298534 Louisa Armstrong Kennedy
Thank you for linking them.... it will be helpful for anyone who looks at your memorials and will take just a few seconds to link. Thank you for your cooperation.
(By the way, I am not related to any of them, but just trying to help others; if you need help with instructions on this, just e-mail me and I'll be glad to help you)
I sent you links for Joan Kennedy Edenfield parents over a month ago. I'll be glad to do them for you or send you instructions how to do them or transfer the memorial to me and I'll make them and then transfer the memorial back to you... please let me know how you'd like to handle them.
Thank You..... again.
|Fran Bundy||Joan Kennedy Edenfield|
Thank you for adding the information I sent you on her bio and changing her name from JoAnne to Joan, too.
I was having difficulties with my e-mail. Did you receive the links I sent you?
|Phil||Underdonks by Edenfields|
Within the Edenfield lot at Westview were 2 more:
Husband of Mae Y Matthews
Mae Y Matthews
They must be somehow related. Can you make pages for them so I can upload the photos before I forget. Maybe over time you figure out the relationship. Thanks
Added by Phil on Jul 02, 2013 3:27 PM
Your welcome, do you want the other photos?
Added by Phil on Jul 01, 2013 10:49 PM
I added photos for D.S. Edenfield.
Associated with his monument are the following:
Mary A Edenfield 1869-1949
Charles Curtis Edenfield 1903-1953
Eula Edenfield 1901-1968
Charles Underdonk 1881-1944
Mae Underdonk 1879-1949
I took photos. If you want them, please make pages and request the photos. Thanks
Added by Phil on Jun 29, 2013 11:33 AM
|MGuerard||One other thing|
I just tried it. Don't search for Trinity Cemetery in Charleston, SC. Just search for Trinity. Then you'll find the right one, at the bottom of a short list.
There are three photos showing, and if you click at the bottom of the page, you'll see three more photos from the church.
Added by MGuerard on Jun 29, 2012 2:27 PM
The church is located on Meeting Street in Charleston, one of the main north-south streets on the peninsula. There are no graves at the church at all. The church moved in the 1920s to its current location, and left its cemetery behind. It's now a paved parking lot at the corner of Hasell Street and Maiden Lane in Charleston.
If you go to the cemetery lookup key to the left on the findagrave home page, and click, you can search for Trinity Cemetery, Charleston, SC. At that page, you'll find a complete photo of the plaque as well as other photos of Trinity that I shot today. The plaque is located in a small prayer chapel at the church and it has the most beautiful Tiffany stained glass window. I shot a photo of that and included it on the Trinity Cemetery webpage on find-a-grave.
If you need specific information about the Copes family, I'd call the church and ask them if they could read you the burial record. They have it, I believe.
Added by MGuerard on Jun 29, 2012 2:23 PM
|Eric Powell||RE: Find a grave Copes/Episcopal Cemetery|
Here is a brief description of the cemetery, one of the earliest surviving in Orangeburg and the church originally there. It appears that the Copes may have occupied a prominent position at the church and probably contributed to its history and contributions to Orangeburg:
"EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER AND GRAVEYARD
Anglicanism was established in Orangeburg Township about 1750. After a period of no recorded activity, efforts were made to rekindle the Anglican tradition resulting in establishment of Episcopal Church of The Redeemer, circa 1850. Catharine C. Palmer donated this land to the congregation where they built a house of worship and consecrated it in 1857. The frame building, moved on logs to Russell Street in 1895, was later enlarged and brick veneered; it is the oldest church building in Orangeburg. Stiles Mellichamp, rector during the 1860s and 1870s, is buried in the cemetery along with a number of Confederate soldiers and many communicants of Episcopal church of The Redeemer.
Erected by the St. Agnes Chapter Episcopal Church Women, the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer, 1993
Location: Boulevard St. NE between Amelia St. NE & Peasley St. NE, Orangeburg
Hey Aunt Rebecca,
I discovered this web site www.findagrave.com a couple of months ago. It is really neat. Thanks for your contributions on here, Glenn appreciates it!!!! keep in touch!
Lots of love coming your way from us,
Glenn, Sarah & boys
Added by sarah on Jul 12, 2010 10:02 PM
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